Critter Control

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Serving the Greater Milwaukee Area

Bat Control Milwaukee

We offer wildlife control services such as Bat Control Milwaukee in the following cities: Bayside, Belgium, Big Bend, Bristol, Brookfield, Brown Deer, Burlington, Butler, Caledonia, Cedarburg, Chenequa, Cudahy, Darien, Delafield, Delavan, Dousman, Eagle, East Troy, Elkhorn, Elm Grove, Elmwood Park, Fox Point, Franklin, Fredonia, Genoa City, Germantown, Glendale, Grafton, Greendale, Greenfield, Hales Corners, Hartford, Hartland, Jackson, Kenosha, Kewaskum, Lac La Belle, Lake Geneva, Lannon, Menomonee Falls, Mequon, Merton, Milwaukee, Mount Pleasant, Mukwonago, Muskego, Nashotah, New Berlin, Newburg, North Bay, North Prairie, Oak Creek, Oconomowoc, Oconomowoc Lake, Paddock Lake, Pewaukee, Pleasant Prairie, Port Washington, Racine, River Hills, Rochester, Saint Francis, Saukville, Sharon, Shorewood, Silver Lake, Slinger, South Milwaukee, Sturtevant, Sussex, Thiensville, Twin Lakes, Union Grove, Wales, Walworth, Waterford, Waukesha, Wauwatosa, West Allis, West Bend, West Milwaukee, Whitefish Bay, Whitewater, Williams Bay, Wind Point

We also cover the following counties: Racine, Ozaukee, Kenosha, Waukesha, Milwaukee, Washington, Walworth

Have you been hearing disturbing sounds at night around your home? If so, you may have a bat control problem!


How to Identify Bats


Bats
in the United States are almost always beneficial. Many bats feed on insects and can consume up to half their body weight in one night's feeding. Occasionally, however, they become a nuisance inside buildings or pose a public health problem. The bats that most often become a problem around people are those that live in colonies or groups, such as little brown bats and big brown bats. These species sometimes hibernate or roost inside buildings.  When this happens to you, call Critter Control at 1-800-CRITTER for your bat removal needs.


How to Get Rid of Common Bat Problems: Bat Control, Trapping and Exclusion Methods


It is very common for bats to enter homes or businesses through open windows or unscreened fireplaces. Don’t worry; Milwaukee Critter Control has the bat control technicians and wildlife control personnel Milwaukee to eliminate your bat control problems in the safest ways possible. The team at Critter Control is expertly trained in bat removal techniques including bat trapping, bat proofing, bat exclusion and bat netting. All of our bat removal methods are environmentally friendly and ecologically safe to ensure that only humane bat control is practiced .


Why is Bat Control and Removal Important?


If you need to get rid of bats and have found a bat in your home, it is important to remember that bats can be very dangerous animals if handled incorrectly. Many carry infectious diseases, like rabies, and should only be handled by bat control professionals who are trained in bat control and expulsion techniques.

If you have a bat problem contact Critter Control of Milwaukee to find a bat removal specialist at 1-800-CRITTER.

Critter Control is a nationwide company, and as such, the presence of the material on this local site does not imply that your local office can offer every service for every animal listed here. Please call 1-800-CRITTER (274-8837) to see if the local office can handle your situation.

Not in the Milwaukee area? We have offices nation-wide like Milwaukee, Winchester, Greater Hudson Valley, Jacksonville, Kansas City, MO, Ft. Lauderdale, Frederick, Central Missouri.

Check out our complete list of Wildlife Control Specialists and Animal Trappers to find Animal Removal and Management services near you.

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